Yesterday, I had the opportunity to conduct my first interview for the Raging Chicken Press. Our first guest was Philip Aroneanu, a co-founder and the camping director for 350.Org. The interview was conducted moments after the Senate voted on the Hoeven Amendment, which was a non-binding agreement to insert the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline into the Senate budget. In this interview we talked about the Pipeline, fracking, the State Department, President Obama’s potential legacy on climate change and future actions revolving around the Keystone XL Pipeline.
This was my first interview of this sort, so it’s a little shaky because I am not used to doing this, but I hope to continue to have these interviews. So sit back and enjoy. The intro music is provided by You You Dark Forest, who are from Central Pennsylvania.
Now just sit back and enjoy the interview.